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E.Y.E. or 'Eco, Young and Engaged', is a sustainable learning project helping local schools and young people within them to make a positive difference to their environment. 

Welcome to the E.Y.E. Project

The E.Y.E. Project brings schools in West Sussex together to focus on the importance of caring for our planet. The Project aims to raise sustainability awareness and encourage young people’s interest in the environment. It provides an additional opportunity for the young people within those schools to learn about environmental matters through fun and educational activities available at our Eco-Summit events across West Sussex. To find out more please visit our About Us page.

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latest news

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schools membership

A brand new membership package has been launched and all West Sussex Schools are invited to join. We are in the process of making contact with all West Sussex schools to invite them to become EYE Project members. To find out the benefits of becoming an E.Y.E Project member please visit our membership page. We welcome the following schools to our 2017 Membership scheme (launched March 2017) Bramber Primary School (Worthing) Broadwater C of E Primary School (Worthing) Chatsmore Catholic High School (Worthing) Durrington High School (Worthing) East Preston Infants (East Preston) English Martyrs Catholic Primary School (Worthing) Georgian Gardens Community Primary School (Rustington) Hawthorns Primary School (Worthing) Heene CofE Primary School (Worthing) Holmbush Primary Academy (Shoreham) Seaside Primary School (Lancing) Shoreham College (Shoreham) Springfield Infant School (Worthing) Thomas a Becket Junior School (Worthing) Whytemead Primary School (Worthing) Worthing High School (Worthing)     (updated 13/06/2017 - schools will be added to this list as they become E.Y.E Project members)    

events

for more events please go to our events page

Autumn Eco Summit event for Chichester Schools

Chichester High School will be hosting the E.Y.E Projects second Eco Summit annual event in the Chichester area. This will be taking place in October 2017 and all feeder schools of Chichester High School have been invited to attend the event. Schools can book their places now by contacting eye@worthinghigh.net. Pupils will be able to browse interactive stands, and attend fun and engaging environmental workshops run by: South Downs National Park Authority, WWT Arundel, Weald & Downland Open Air Museum, The Southern Co-operative, Goodwood Education Trust, Chichester High School teachers, Moving Sounds, West Sussex County Council Waste Prevention Team, and hopefully Eco-Schools England. The Key Note speaker, Ed Wade-Martins from Moving Sounds will give an interactive talk to pupils about 'Creativity and Empowerment as a driving force for sustainability' and pupils from attending schools will be able to share their Eco achievements and activities. Please contact The E.Y.E Project for further information.   Please note that this is a closed schools event and is not open to the public.

galleries

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don't forget

*** You can find us on Facebook @EYEProjectSchools and follow us on Twitter @EYEProject *** All West Sussex Schools can now become members - please visit our membership page to find out more *** Bookings now being taken for the Worthing & Adur Eco Summit event in June - Please contact us to reserve places *** Member schools  - please  share your schools eco ideas and achievements with us so that these can be shared with other schools on our projects page. *** Newsletter issue 17 was issued on 28th March 2017 and can be viewed on our News page     

our mascot

Eddie~Eco~Eye - our mascot designed by Worthing High pupils